JCB targets Plantworx for product launches

01 April 2015

The JCB Inteli-Hybrid generator

The JCB Inteli-Hybrid generator

JCB has announced it will showcase models from its telescopic handler range, compact excavators, site dumpers and award-winning hybrid generator line-up at Plantworx 2015.

Two of JCB’s new site dumper models – which range in size from 1 to 10 tonnes – will be shown following the company’s recent agreement with Terex.

The 6 tonne machine, designed for high carrying capacity in large earthmoving projects, will be on static display while the 3 tonne version will be part of JCB’s live demonstrations throughout the show.

Also showcased will be the G90QSi – part of JCB’s fuel-saving Inteli-Hybrid generator range, which has won the Engineering category in the Plantworx 2015 Innovation Awards and was highly commended in the Green category.

In addition, the compact JCB Loadall 525-60, which has a lift height of 6m and a load capacity of 2.5 tonnes, will be present. At just 1.84 m wide and 1.89 m tall, it boasts multi-mode, four-wheel steering - providing access to multi-storey car parks and operation in confined site conditions.

Finally, the 67C-1 is a 6.5 tonne class, conventional tail-swing compact excavator, delivering durability, efficiency and productivity thanks to an innovative family design.

Key features include a Tier 4 Final engine with no DPF, 30º tilting cab for excellent service access, 500 hour greasing interval, 100% steel bodywork for excellent durability and the JCB “2 Go System”.

Plantworx takes place in Bruntingthorpe, UK, from 2 to 4 June and you can see a preview of the show in the April-May issue of International Rental News.

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